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  • GoPro app updated to v4.0 with new ‘QuikStory’ video feature

    GoPro cameras are designed to go wherever you go, shooting video the whole time. That can mean a lot of video, and editing video can be a pain. The latest version of the GoPro app has something to ease the burden; it’s called QuikStory. You press a bu…

  • Moto Z2 Force vs. Samsung Galaxy S8: Top dollar battle

    You don’t want to make an expensive phone purchase lightly.

    When you launch a phone that costs over $700, you’re pretty clearly targeting the top of the mainstream phone market. So for the new Moto Z2 Force, it’s going to be expected to go head-to-head with the proven Galaxy S8. Both phones have some clear advantages, a couple of less-desirable features and some points of personal preference to boot. Which one deserves your money, though? We compare the two so you can decide.

    On the Motorola side of things, the Moto Z2 Force hardware hasn’t changed much since last year on account of its Moto Mod compatibility. It’s still a handsome and unique device, though, particularly if you’ve taken a liking to its flat and angular looks. The aluminum frame is robust and nicely chiseled, with plenty of flat surfaces and angles not only on the back but also the front. It’s a bit on the wide side and its 6 mm thickness and perfectly flat, slippery back make it rather tough to manage in one han…

  • Add peace of mind to your security system with the $120 Arlo Q wired HD camera

    The Thrifter team is back again, this time with a great discount on a camera to make your home more secure!

    The Arlo Q wired 1080p HD security camera is down to $120 at Amazon. We’ve featured a lot of Arlo deals in the past, but rarely has there been a sale on this wired security camera. Mostly because over the last six months it has jumped in price, not dropped. Barring those few jumps up to $200, this camera normally sells around $150. This drop to $120 is the lowest it has gone since February.

    This camera comes with all the following features:

    Stream live video 24/7 and watch past recordings in sharp 1080p HD resolution from anywhere in the world
    130-degree field of view lens lets you see the whole room
    7 Days of free cloud recordings that lets you view, share, and download recordings from the past 7 days
    Receive instant alerts on your mobile phone whenever motion or sound is detected
    Built-in mic and speaker enable two-way communication so you can listen in and talk back

  • Behold Studios new sci-fi RPG ‘Galaxy of Pen & Paper’ launches onto the Play Store

    Behold Studios has just released Galaxy of Pen & Paper onto the Play Store. It costs $4.99, and there are no advertisements or in-app purchases. While many may remember the fiasco that Paradox Interactive created when converting Knights of Pen & Paper 2 to a free-to-play game, I would like to make it clear that Galaxy of Pen & Paper is being handled by the original developers of the series. That is right, Behold Studios is back behind the reins and have adamantly stated that Galaxy of Pen & Paper will stay a premium priced game.

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    Behold Studios new sci-fi RPG ‘Galaxy of Pen & Paper’ launches onto the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • What would you change about the OnePlus 5?

    It’s been over a month since the latest OnePlus flagship was released.

    The OnePlus 5 has had its fair share of ups and downs in the weeks since it launched, but one thing is clear: people are interested in this phone. Whether they already have it, are on the fence about buying or know it just isn’t the phone for them, the OnePlus 5 is in the discussion whenever we’re talking about high-end phones.

    The phone has a lot going for it — including its price, specs and software experience — but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be all things to all people. Especially at this $479 price point, OnePlus had to leave some things on the cutting room floor, and that means compromises. The camera is good rather than great, the hardware is a bit polarizing and some nice-to-have features like waterproofing aren’t here.

    Let’s talk about changes — realistic or not.

    We want to know which aspects of the OnePlus 5 you would change to make it a better phone in your eyes. Whether yo…

  • Archos releases source code for its ‘famous’ video player

    Archos has tried its hand at making various cheap, media-focused Android tablets, none of which were very good. It eventually released a version of its video player app on the Play Store, where it garnered a few million downloads. Now, Archos has rele…

  • We’re giving away 30 Chuwi Hi-Dock 4-port Smart Docks with QC 3.0 support ($20 value each) [All countries eligible]

    If you’re an Android Police reader, chances are that you sometimes have enough devices in need of a charge that you find yourself either having to decide which one gets to charge first or needing to juggle multiple chargers at one time. But if you win…

  • Samsung Pay could soon be available on non-Samsung phones

    It’s been a busy year for Samsung’s mobile payments system. While the Koren company has continued to add new regions, it has also introduced PayPal integration and Visa Checkout compatibility in the US. Samsung has also made the service available for more of its budget handsets in the form of a stripped down version called Samsung Pay Mini, where before it could only be used on high-end Galaxy phones. Apparently, Samsung doesn’t want to stop there and now wants to bring its payments app to other non-Samsung Android phones.

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    Samsung Pay could soon be available on non-Samsung phones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 7 Essential Phone Accessories for College Students

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    We’re in the waning days of summer, which means that the new school year is just around the corner. Sure you’ve got your book list and all the supplies you need to get your work done, but you should also consider some phone accessories, so you’re ready to dominate the college experience. That means never worrying about keeping your phone charged and sprucing up your dorm room with cool tech that works seamlessly with your Android phone.

    We’ve got some quick recommendations for accessories you need to pack before heading back to campus.

    Battery pack
    Wall charger
    Extra charging cables
    Bluetooth speaker
    Style Ring

    Battery pack

    College life can be really busy, and you might not have the time to stand around tethered to the wall waiting for your phone to charge. That’s where a quality battery pack comes in real handy.

    The Anker PowerCore 10000 is a great option that holds 10,000mAh of power, …

  • Add a Philips Hue Motion Sensor to your setup for just $32 today

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a must-have Philips Hue accessory!

    Being able to control your Philips Hue lights from your phone, or via your voice, is awesome, but when you have stuff in your hands or want to be quiet, it’s less than ideal. Luckily, there are other options available for controlling your lights, and one of the easiest is the Hue Motion Sensor. Amazon currently has it listed for just $31.98 which happens to be its lowest price yet. It normally sells for $40.

    Light up a room simply by walking in and control the intensity by the time of day, such as a gentle, warm night light to help you navigate your home at night.
    Battery powered, wireless, and installation free, this Hue Motion Sensor requires the Hue Bridge (sold separately) to work, connecting to your Hue system with control via the Philips Hue App.
    Place it anywhere in your home including your hallway, bathroom, kitchen, and more. The integrated light sensor saves energy by detecting when …

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